(Adds upgrades by investments banks, updates share price) LONDON, July 29 (Reuters) - Logistics company Exel Plc reported a 13 percent jump in first-half profit on Monday and said it was on course to meet market expectations for the year provided trading conditions did not worsen. The results drew cheer from the market, prompting upgrades on the company from at least two investment banks. Shares in Exel, which stores and transports goods for firms like Safeway and Selfridges , were up ...
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